Last month we announced the news that the Museum had been successful in securing a grant from Arts Council England to deliver ‘Suffrage in Egham: History through the Arts’.  We are now looking to recruit a Research Intern to join the Project Team.

The Research Intern will assist the Cultural Engagement Officer in the research aspects of the project as well as producing the textual elements of the exhibition which will be on display in June 2018. The Intern will also be responsible for co-ordinating a team of approximately 10 research volunteers and creating a programme of events to inspire and educate these researchers. This will also include writing volunteer role descriptions and recruiting and training new volunteers as necessary.

View FULL BRIEF here.

This role is offered as a paid internship hosted through our project partners, Royal Holloway University of London.

Please email your CV and Covering Letter by 5pm, Monday 10th July 2017 to Amy Stone, Cultural Engagement Officer on suffrageproject@eghammuseum.org.  Electronic applications only please.

Interviews, will take place on Friday 21st July 2017.  These may be carried out by telephone or Skype.


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